2 oz Gin, Beefeater
1⁄2 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse
1⁄2 oz Simple syrup
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
2 spg Mint (one as garnish)
1 oz Tonic water (to top)
1 oz Club soda (to top)
1 ds Peychaud's Bitters (as garnish)

Build in a shaker, add mint sprig, shake briefly. Strain over fresh ice in a collins glass, top with equal parts tonic and soda water, about an ounce of each. Garnish with other mint sprig and float Peychaud's on top.

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Kyle Davidson, The Violet Hour, Chicago
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  • Beautiful drink with a solid (if note particularly novel/challenging base).
  • An herbacious g-and-t.
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Curated this: Added both club soda and tonic, which were in the instructions but not in the recipe. Thanks,  Zachary

Agreed. Like a minty gin & tonic. Wondering how it would taste with less simple syrup and slightly more chartreuse (we cut the syrup in half already, not being fond of overly sweet drinks). Also, will try it with muddled mint. We used Navy Hill soda + tonic, which seemed to work well.